Stir to Action Workshops

Community Enterprise: The Edventure Model

workshop artwork by Edd Baldry
Friday 1st-Sunday 3rd April 2016
Fri 1-5PM Sat/Sun 10AM-5PM
Monkton Wyld Court
£180 / £270

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Read the STIR article on Edventure’s work here

This workshop shares the approaches, model and facilitation techniques of Edventure Frome—a school for community enterprise. It is for people from all backgrounds and organisations who want to revitalise their town or city by enabling diverse young adults to create viable livelihoods locally and apply their creativity and energy to build a more resilient, sustainable and fair community.

What participants will leave with

– Facilitation techniques to enable groups of young adults to set up community enterprises and local initiatives

– Community engagement tools to mobilise local people to support the next generation of local entrepreneurs and changemakers

– Ways of integrating Edventure’s methodologies in existing projects and organisations

– An understanding of how to set up a school for community enterprise in partnership with Edventure.

Facilitator Profile

The course is facilitated by Johannes Moeller and Neil Oliver, Directors of Edventure Frome.

Neil has worked as trainer and facilitator with the public and community sector for over 25 years. Johannes is the initiator of Edventure Frome, and has in the past worked with diverse young adults and entrepreneurs to build their capacity to effect positive change.

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About rob simpson

Social entrepreneur developing Community Supported Agriculture Co-operative in west Surrey, UK.
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